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#2172 US Army Corp of Eng Emergency Power Facility Assmnt Tool Webinar IEPA#8902

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US Army Corp of Engineers  Emergency Power Facility Assessment Tool 

LIVE DATE: 02/25/15

IEPA#: 8902
IDEM#: PWST15-5186 and WWT-15-2067-T01-G00

Presenters:  Peter Navesky  and Norrice King
 Peter Navesky has worked for USACE for 32 years and is one of six members of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) "Permanent Cadre” of Engineering Support Function #3 (ESF #3) Public Works and Engineering Team Leaders (TL) working for the Directorate of Contingency Operations (DCO)/G3 (Operations) at HQ USACE. When deployed to a disaster response he becomes the principal interface between USACE, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and the supported State. In this capacity he becomes the "One Door to the Corps” for any ESF #3 related mission assignments assigned/tasked to USACE by FEMA for that disaster in support of State and FEMA identified requirements. He is also the HQ USACE program proponent for the Temporary Emergency Power, Commodity Distribution, and Bottled/Bulk Water supply Stafford Act missions under the National Response Framework (NRF).


• The EPFAT is a web-based tool accessed via the internet that can be used by critical public facility owners/operators or government emergency response agencies to input, store, update and/or view temporary emergency power assessment data

• Critical facility assessments can be completed by qualified Electricians who are on-site/staff, contracted, or volunteers

• A data entry guidebook is available in EPFAT to print and filled-in before entering data into the program; and hard copies can be stored at the facility

• Information & data is stored in a "Google-Map” type geo-referenced database

• Information can be viewed by authorized emergency response personnel at the City, County, State, FEMA Region, or National levels

• Information and data is easily retrieved and/or updated

• Facility assessment data will periodically be exchanged to/from EPFAT and ENGLink for use in mission modeling, disaster response planning and mission execution

• An EPFAT informational video is accessible from the ENGLink Public, Temporary Emergency Power web page

• The URL for EPFAT to download the DoD Certificates and enter for registration is:

• In order to access the Emergency Power Facility Assessment Tool for the first time


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